Washington Post

April 27-May1

We Are A.R.M.Y. Strong!!

Each day, we say the Continental Creed: "As a member of the Continental Army, I promise to be Accountable, Respectful, Motivated to Learn, and do mY best." We also remind students of our school goal of achieving a letter grade of a B in three years or less....Students will hear us say "Are you helping us get to a B in 3?" If we all focus on being ARMY Strong every day, we will reach this goal!

ISTEP+ Part 2 this week

Students will take the second round of ISTEP+ this week. We will test the first two hours of school every day this week. Students have seven sessions to complete. This portion of the ISTEP+ will count for 70% of their total ISTEP+ score. It is important that your student is at school each day, rested and ready to do their best. The scores on ISTEP+ are used to place students in classes, determine placement in programs, and is a large part of our school goal. We talked to all of the students on Friday to remind them of our goal of a school letter grade of a B in three years or less. This is where we all step up to the plate, so we can show what students at Washington Middle School really can do. Let's do this, Continentals!

8th grade package fee

8th grade students can bring $20 to their first period teacher at any time before May 1st. This package includes the student-designed t-shirt, the Promotion portfolio with certificate and picture, and the student-planned Block Party. We look forward to celebrating our accomplishments and friendships on the last day of school.

Virtual Snow Make-Up Day #4

The assignment for last week's virtual snow make-up day is due Monday, April 27th. Students will also get their assignment for the fourth make-up day on Monday. This assignment is due on Monday, May 3rd. Students who do not complete or turn in this assignment will be marked with an unexcused absence. Please see the links below for the assignments for each class. The opportunities for support and the Homework Hotline information are also listed below.

Opportunities for Virtual Make-Up Day Support

Penny Lane Study Cafe will be available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week for students to have internet and computer access to complete their virtual make-up assignments. Teachers will also be available for Homework Hotline support from 5:30-7:00pm Monday through Thursday and from 9:00-11:00am on Saturday. Please call (812) 435-8888 plus the extension codes available on the class websites available above. If you leave a voicemail, the teachers will return your phone call as soon as possible within that window. You may also email your teachers at any time.

How is your child doing in classes?

Access this link to see your child's grades, discipline, attendance, and schedules. You can also update your contact information or email teachers from this site. If you have questions, you can contact the main office at Washington Middle School.

http://www.edlinesites.net/pages/EVSC/EVSC_Offices/Center_for_Family__School__and/RDS_Parent_Access

Events on Monday

Penny Lane Study Cafe (busses at 4:30 and 5:30)

Track

Events after school on Tuesday

Penny Lane Study Cafe (busses available at 4:30 and 5:30)

Diamonds

Green Team

Floor Hockey

Baseball

Math Academic Superbowl

EVENTS AFTER SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY

Penny Lane Study Cafe (busses at 4:30 and 5:30pm)

Baseball Practice

St. Mark's Tutoring

Track

Math Academic Team

Student Council

Events After School on Thursday

Penny Lane Study Cafe (busses available at 4:30 and 5:30)

Baseball

Floor Hockey

Diamonds

English Academic Team

Track Meet vs. Helfrich Park and Lodge

Thursday, April 30th, 5pm

Reitz High School's Barker Avenue Sports Complex, Evansville, IN, United States

Barker Field

Events on Friday

8th grade Promotion and Recognition Ceremony

Friday, May 22nd, 9am

1300 Washington Avenue

Evansville, IN

Please plan to join us for a special ceremony recognizing the accomplishments of our 8th grade class. Parking will be available at the lot behind the football stadium next to Hwy 41. We will enter in the doors that face Washington Avenue and into the auditorium. Again, the dress code for the ceremony is a shirt and tie with dress slacks for boys. Girls may wear a blouse with dress slacks/skirt or a dress. Shoulders must be covered and dresses/skirts must be knee length. Please avoid spandex, stretchy or tight fitting clothing. All dress attire should be appropriate for the occasion as the focus will be on recognizing students for their academic achievement and accomplishments.

Contact Us!

Please contact us with questions or concerns! If you have specific concerns regarding a teacher or class, we encourage you to email, call or meet with the teacher to work on a solution. Mrs. Asay, our school counselor is your contact for scheduling or student concerns. Mrs. Miller, our school Social Worker, is your contact for community resources, Clothing Bank, and weekend backpacks of food. If you have continued concerns, please contact Mr. Merriwether or Ms. Branson. What we don't know can't be fixed!